2015 NCAA Men's Regionals: National Championship field set
Brian Campbell
Brian Campbell

The 30 collegiate teams advancing to Nationals at The Concession Golf Club are set. The following teams will head to The Concession Golf Club at the end of the month to compete for the NCAA Men's Golf National Championship (with bolded teams winning their respective regional):

Illinois, Southern Methodist, UCLA, UNLV, Oregon, UNC- Charlotte, Stanford, Florida State, Florida, Clemson, South Florida, San Diego State, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, LSU, Texas, Texas Tech, Duke, Auburn, Houston, Alabama-Birmingham, South Carolina, USC, Texas Christian, Washington, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Georgia, and Virginia.

See below for recaps regarding each of the six regional tournaments.

CENTRAL REGIONAL - Sagamore Golf Club - Noblesville, Ind.

Not to overshadow the five teams advancing to Florida out of the Central Regional, played in Noblesville, Ind. at Sagamore Golf Club, but the main story out of Indiana might be two-time defending national champion Alabama being excluded. Their seventh place finish will leave them without a chance to three-peat as the Crimson Tide finished 11 strokes behind fifth-place finishing Oregon.

Illinois and SMU tied for first place, with UCLA, UNLV, and Oregon rounded out the final teams moving on. Brian Campbell's final round 65 for Illinois set a course record at Sagamore. full story>

Maverick McNealy
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL - Finley Golf Course - Chapel Hill, N.C. full results>

Stanford sophomore Maverick McNealy won his second tournament in a row, and third in the last four as the Cardinal surged back from a two- over performance on day one to take second place, five shots behind UNC- Charlotte.

Victor Wiggins and Thomas Rowland led the charge for the surprising Charlotte 49ers, who were ranked 50th in a field that included top-ranked Florida State, 11th-ranked Stanford, and 19th-ranked North Carolina. Charlotte got off to a great start early in the week thanks to personal collegiate records (68) set in the first round by both Wiggins and teammate Raoul Menard.

Michael Gellerman
SOUTHWEST REGIONAL - The Farms Golf Club - Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.

Oklahoma took a 22-shot lead into Saturday's final round, and finished it off with a 20-stroke victory over Arizona State at The Farms Golf Club. Jon Rahm of ASU captured the individual title to add to his spectacular 2014-2015 season while Michael Gellerman and Max McGreevy of Oklahoma tied for second place.

Pete Wlodkowski of AmateurGolf.com was live at The Farms on Saturday, and you can read his full recap here.

Martin Rohwer
WEST REGIONAL - Olympic Course at Gold Mountain - Bremerton, Wash. full results>

University of Alabama-Birmingham reemerged into first place after falling a stroke back of TCU following round two, and under overcast skies in Bremerton, Washington, the UAB Dragons captured the NCAA West Regional by two shots over South Carolina. A final- round 64 from junior Martin Rohwer pushed the South Africa native into a tie for second place individually, while first-round leader Paul Dunne, a senior from Ireland, tied for seventh place.

Moving on to Nationals from the West Regional were USC, TCU, and Washington, as well as Kyle Mueller from Michigan.

Claudio Correa
EAST REGIONAL - The Course at Yale - New Haven, Conn. full results>

South Florida ran away with a 14-shot, wire- to- wire victory in New Haven, Conn., advancing to Nationals in Bradenton, Fla., which they will host at The Concession Golf Club. The Bulls carded three rounds of three-under par 67 on the final day, including fifth-place finisher Claudio Correa, American Championship winner Ryan Fricker, and PGA Tour player Brooks Koepka's younger brother Chase Koepka.

Advancing alongside the Bulls are San Diego State, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, and LSU.

Gavin Hall
SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL - The Rawls Course - Lubbock, Texas full results>

Texas overtook in-state rival Texas Tech at the Red Raiders' home course to grab a four-shot win at the South Central Regional. Gavin Hall, Beau Hossler, and Doug Ghim all finished inside the top-10 while the entire team, including Scottie Scheffler and Kramer Hickok were top-25.

The host team will still advance to Nationals, finishing in second place by 10 over Duke, 11 over Auburn, and 13 over Houston, who will all be part of a 30- team field at The Concession Golf Club later this month.

Results For NCAA Division I National Golf Championship
1CABryson DeChambeauClovis, CA150070-67-72-71=280
2Chinese TaipeiCheng-Tsung PanChinese Taipei120072-70-72-67=281
T3KYHunter StewartNicholasville, KY90074-69-71-68=282
T3BelgiumThomas DetryBelgium90068-71-73-70=282
5IrelandPaul DunneIreland90072-69-69-73=283

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ABOUT THE NCAA Division I Championship

30 teams and 6 individuals not on a qualifying team make up the field for the championship of NCAA Division I women's golf.

After 72 holes of stroke play, the individual champion is crowned, and the low 8 teams advance to match play to determine the team champion.

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